Machine Minute - Better Binding|
descriptionJennifer demonstrates an easy way to add binding to your quilt without having to cut binding on the bias!
Machine Minute - Add a Hanging Sleeve
Save yourself some time by adding a hanging sleeve at the same time as your binding! Jennifer shows you this simple technique.dependent on what kind of ride you'll have hanging through it. The curtain rod he could obviously get I was a much smaller actually. Or if you've got pulled ping -- hasn't -- something goes through
Machine Minute - Advanced Pivoting
Jennifer shows you one of her favorite time-saving sewing machine features - advanced pivoting.enjoy as well so when you're trying to determine for your next sewing machine purchase. Which features are most important make sure you check out ones like the -- -- feature I think you'll enjoy it.
Machine Minute - Specialty Stitches: Wing Needle
Try a wing needle with your sewing machine's heirloom stitches for beautiful results!make that whole scene conceived through the -- and that's really the desired effect of an air -- So I speaking napkins to give as gifts. And I just adding I -- stitched around all the outside I've got contrasting thread here. But -- an iron in stitches are also seen on garments. Or on christening gowns things where you can use white thread and white linen and you want a very delicate look. -- mile tried tried he -- stitches on your machine and you might find you've
Machine Minute - Specialty Stitches: Twin Needle
Using a twin needle is twice as fun as a regular needle and produces beautiful stitching.is selling a single line. Let me show you how. Source standard sewing machine needle. As a single shaft. And a single point. At twin needle. Has two point side by side and the distance between
Machine Minute - Hand Embroidered Look by Machine
Love the look of hand embroidery, but not the time it takes? Jennifer Keltner shares a great way to get the look using your sewing machine.for you. I'm going to show you how you can embroider a tea towel using just a straight stitch on your machine and a 12-weight thread. Change your needle to a 9014. That gives you a little bit bigger eye to accommodate the 12 weight. And in the bobbin, just a standard sewing thread will do. One that matches your 12-weight threat. Then draw your design onto a basic tea towel . I've got one that's got a fairly loose weave here but you could also use a flour sack . You can either use a white box or a sunny window to transfer your designer but just trace it on with some sort of air or water soluble marker. You'll want to get a piece of stabilizer to put behind your work, and that will just give it some stability.
Machine Minute - Pulling Threads to Top
Creating a neat look on the front and back of your machine quilting is important. Here's a quick tip to avoid thread nests on the bottom of your work!
Machine Minute - Triangle Tricks
Jennifer Keltner demonstrates two great techniques for making consistent triangle squares.the solid line. This kind of paper, this happens to be from laundry basket quilts, but again there are multiple varieties available. Here you're making 28 triangle squares, all the same variety. You're just making them
Machine Minute - Curved Line Quilting
You can quilt wavy lines on your home sewing machine. Jennifer Keltner gives you tips and techniques to ensure a successful result! Download the pdf here: www.allpeoplequilt.com/curvedlinequiltingthe layers together at an even pace, so rather than just the feed dogs working on the bottom, this walking foot allows both layers to feed through evenly. Your quilt top batting and backing will travel
Machine Minute - Straight Line Quilting
Straight line quilting is a great technique to learn. Jennifer Keltner gives tips to make it easy to get started with this grid design. Download the pdf here: www.allpeoplequilt.com/straightlinequiltingmore to start with. That's what we're going to talk about today. Straight line quilting is great, and often quilters learn to stitch in the ditch or in the space between the scenes of the pieces of their block. But when you're ready to move beyond that, what else can you do?. One basic design for straight line quilting is cross hatching , or diagonal lines that run parallel to one another across the quilt block or all the way across the quilt top. So in my sample here, we have nine patch blocks, and you can use this technique to diagonally stitch across a nine patch block in your quilt, or you can use it to do an entire quilt top. First and foremost, you want to get your machine set up with the very best equipment. What you start with is a walking foot. When you're doing straight line machine quilting, a walking foot will help keep the layers of your quilt, the top, the backing, and the batting together, pulling the top layer and bottom layer evenly. That's why you want to use a walking foot. So set up your machine with the walking foot, a new needle-treat yourself to a new needle, it really does make a difference. And I like to use an 8012 needle. And then, 50 weight thread is a common thread that you would use for your quilting. So get your machines set up with the walking foot, the needle and the thread